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Care instructions for bathroom

Cleaning
Wipe the surface clean using a soft cloth with lukewarm water and a mild soap solution if necessary. The surface will not withstand alkaline, acidic scale removers or abrasive detergents. Bear in mind that improper handling or cleaning could damage the surface and render the warranty void.

Decalcifying
The aerator and shower head should be decalcified regularly by soaking them in vinegar for a couple of hours.

Lubrication
Lubricate using silicone grease only.

Cleaning
To preserve the appearance and durability of the product, never use abrasive detergents, abrasive sponges, hydrochloric acid, acetic acid or ammonia. Clean using a damp cloth and ordinary detergent. Using non-recommended polishes could damage the surface. Bear in mind that improper handling or cleaning could damage the surface and render the warranty void.

Water contains lime and other mineral deposits that stay on the surface after the water has evaporated. You can prevent these deposits from forming by wiping the taps and fittings dry after use.

Decalcifying
Unscrew the aerator from time to time and clean the insert from deposits. If the insert has a lot of lime deposit, soak it in vinegar.

Copper and brass
If you wish to maintain the patina that these fine metals get over time, clean the sinks with only water and a mild detergent, such as soap, using a soft cloth. Would you rather want your sink to retain its original luster, you can polish it with a polish solvent intended for these metals. Wipe with lukewarm water to remove all the polish residue. Also be VERY careful not to splash any cleaning agent on the stone top as it will leave an obvious stain. Should this happen – clean it off immediately using soapy water.

Note! The surface does not tolerate acidic scale removers, alkaline or abrasive cleaners or scouring pads with rough, abrasive surfaces. Keep in mind that incorrect handling or cleaning could damage the surface and will void the warranty.

Steel
Use only water and a mild detergent, such as soap, and clean the surface with a soft cloth.

Note! The surface does not tolerate acidic scale removers, alkaline or abrasive cleaners or scouring pads with rough, abrasive surfaces. Keep in mind that incorrect handling or cleaning could damage the surface and will void the warranty.

Enamelled (Alape)
Use only water and a mild detergent, such as soap, and clean the surface with a soft cloth.

Note! The surface does not tolerate acidic scale removers, alkaline or abrasive cleaners or scouring pads with rough, abrasive surfaces. Keep in mind that incorrect handling or cleaning could damage the surface and will void the warranty.

Marble and limestone are natural materials that when placed in a bathroom are subjected to more wear and tear than, for example, a sideboard with a stone top. For this reason we always include a bottle of impregnating agent when you order a stone top to a vanity unit. The impregnation is not visible but makes the stone more resistant to grime and liquid, although it does not offer complete protection against stains. To remove grime, clean your stone top using mild soapy water then wipe dry with a dry cloth.

When cleaning is required we recommend a soft, damp cloth and water. If a detergent is needed it should be a mild one like soap or washing-up liquid. Always avoid using detergents that contain alcohol and ammonia or ones that have an abrasive or bleaching effect. When using soap or washing-up liquid, wipe clean with water and wipe dry immediately. This is to avoid water remaining on the surface. Be sure to wipe off any spills from the surface of your cabinet. This includes carefully wiping the edges of the front’s underside.

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